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K&M 21231 Telescoping Boom Arm with Counterweight (Black)

BH #KM21231 • MFR #21231-500-55
K&M
K&M 21231 Telescoping Boom Arm with Counterweight (Black)
Key Features
  • Length: 43.30 to 78.74" (1.09 to 1.99 m)
  • Two Sections, Telescoping
  • Connector: 5/8" Threading
  • Adjustable Counterweight Included
The 21231 Telescoping Boom Arm from K&M is an adjustable boom arm with 5/8" threading which mounts onto the company's model 20811 and 21411 stands or any standard microphone stand. It features two sections extending from 43.30 to 78.74" (1.09 to 1.99 m) and an adjustable counterweight, which together provide added reach when miking groups, drum overheads, and more.
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K&M 21231B Overview

The 21231 Telescoping Boom Arm from K&M is an adjustable boom arm with 5/8" threading which mounts onto the company's model 20811 and 21411 stands or any standard microphone stand. It features two sections extending from 43.30 to 78.74" (1.09 to 1.99 m) and an adjustable counterweight, which together provide added reach when miking groups, drum overheads, and more.

Extends from 43.30 to 78.74" (1.09 to 1.99 m)
2 sections, telescopic design
Adjustable counterweight included
5/8" threaded connector
T-bar locking screw
For use with model 20811 and 21411 stands
UPC: 784887132664

K&M 21231B Specs

CompatibilityFor use with model 20811 and 21411 stands
Length43.30 to 78.74" (1.09 to 1.99 m)
Design2 sections, telescoping
Threaded Connector5/8"
ClampingT-bar locking screw
Connecting Thread1/2"
MaterialSteel
Weight11.762 lb (5.335 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight14.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)46.8 x 4 x 3.7"

K&M 21231B Reviews

We love K&M stands!

By George
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-08-02

We have two of these and maybe another 4 or 5 K&M mic stands. Love them all, worth the money. We hung these from the ceiling via threaded rod to support a couple of shotgun mics in our little video studio. We'd been using lav mics, but they're a pain, so we thought a couple of shotguns that could be permanently hung from the ceiling would be the thing to try. But we needed to be able to move the mics where we needed them, and that's where these booms came in. They work like a charm! Easy to balance, so that even at full extension, they hang level, and the threaded rods they hang from hang straight down. Just what we needed.

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